Performing sorting on sub strings in Python 3.x using “key” parameter

sorted() and list.sort() are very useful inbuilt Python functions . They get even more powerful with the "key" parameter The key parameter basically allows us to call either another function or some logic, the outcome of which forms the basis of our sorting. The return value of the key parameter will be used to decide … Continue reading Performing sorting on sub strings in Python 3.x using “key” parameter

The flexi-ways of asserting with Cypress.io

  One the many joys of working with Cypress is the variety of support for various assertion methodologies. What is even more powerful is that they can be chained at the end of core Cypress API commands like cy.get Here are coupe of examples that I put into practice recently. JQuery based https://gist.github.com/sunjeet-khokhar/7f4affc12bc984161e826dd1c02ee435 2. BDD … Continue reading The flexi-ways of asserting with Cypress.io

Basic refactoring to use PageObjects with Appium (using .NET)

What is PageObject model(POM) ? POM is a technique to hide some of the details of interacting with Web & Mobile elements, so that writing tests and reading code is easier. Here is a good starter resource for understanding POM for Appium - https://blog.testproject.io/2017/07/16/page-object-model/ POM in action -  I want to use this blog post to … Continue reading Basic refactoring to use PageObjects with Appium (using .NET)

Fiddling with Appium Desktop – initial learning and gotchas

What is Appium Desktop ? Launched about an year ago, Appium desktop is a desktop app that provides a GUI to run the Appium server and (much more importantly) offers a GUI capability to inspect apps under test (locally and remotely) Through this post I will share my experience with Appium desktop installation and launch … Continue reading Fiddling with Appium Desktop – initial learning and gotchas

#100daysofcode :: Python 3.0 , interrupting an endless loop from the keyboard,gracefully

Recently I started out on a mission to further hone my programming skills. Out of the courses that I explored online, the #100daysofcode course from the TalkPython folks appealed to me the most. It is challenging,structured and the instructors are great. I will be blogging my micro-learnings onthis journey. This is the first one from … Continue reading #100daysofcode :: Python 3.0 , interrupting an endless loop from the keyboard,gracefully

Exploring the Cypress API – getting and asserting on a DOM element’s children

A common operation during Web UI tests is to view and validate contents of a drop down. As part of my exploration of the ever likable Cypress automation toolset, I recently wrote a UI workflow tests that amongst other things validated the contents and count of a drop down list's elements. I was dreading that … Continue reading Exploring the Cypress API – getting and asserting on a DOM element’s children